Although there are fewer people on campus to enjoy it, fall at CatholicU continues to be a busy (and beautiful) season on campus.
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Angels Unawares, a three and a half-ton statue, spent several weeks on campus before embarking on a national tour.
A foggy morning nearly obscures the view of McMahon Hall from the University Mall.
Biology Professor Ann Corsi and graduate student Michael Gruss study nematodes — tiny worms — in a biology laboratory. “One of the advantages of being at a smaller school with a smaller research operation is that we have been able to carry on reasonably well throughout the pandemic,” Corsi says.